January 14, 2019
Oh my… She sings in the opera. Not one of the stars, but she works all the time, and enjoys it immensely!
Even though she’s not the primary singer, she’s still a bit of a diva; she identifies quite a bit with the woman in the painting:
So when she purchases her clothes, she uses this color scheme – enough neutral colors that she can find what she needs, but with lovely soft accent colors that appeal to her feminine side:
Her opera company is travelling to give a few performances in another city. She will be spending most of her time rehearsing or performing, but she will have a bit of time to sight-see, shop, and dine.
She’s quite dressy…
She realizes that packing only dresses and cardigans will work quite well… Toss in some floral jewelry and some flowered scarves and she will be quite content!
She loves to look at her travel capsule wardrobe and image her outfits – picturing herself during a rehearsal, or sitting elegantly in a cafe…
She can wear her dresses with a cardigan, with a scarf, or just with jewelry. So many options – she never quite knows what role she will wish to play on any given day…
Her favorite role to image is that of the star at the center of the stage, smiling graciously and taking curtain calls…
Virginia Gehrig says
That velvet dress *swoon*
I have that velvet dress in the same color. In addition to being pretty, it is very comfortable.
Gorgeoussss! I knew a woman like this with a career in an opera company’s chorus. She dressed very like your heroine and lit up every space she walked into with her fabulous posture and charming smile. An inspiration!
What pretty colors! Love the yellow and pink coral!
Oh, I love this! My first impression was how lady like.
I wondered about the several navy dresses, if that would be too repetitive but I realized they are all different in style and fabrics and they enhance our heroine’s options greatly, which is amazing.
I will be coming back to this for inspiration.
Thanks! That’s what I was trying to do…
Lisa Ham says
Beautiful! I love the colors, the textures, and the floral accessories! I look forward to watching this wardrobe develop.
Thank you so much! I love these colors together and hope to create a spring/summer wardrobe using them. You really do have a magical touch. Thank you for sharing it with us.
Oh, Janice, this is such a pretty wardrobe! I love that it’s all dresses and cardigans because that’s pretty much how I dress for work. I look forward to seeing how you develop this heroine’s wardrobe for other occasions.
I love this wardrobe! The blue is so versatile (especially the line-up of dresses) and the accents so lovely with it. I really look forward to seeing this wardrobe grow.
Love this – so elegant and charismatic!
Completely enticing. I seem to have not only gotten out my butter-yellow cardigan but also ordered that navy velvet dress.